Welcome to San Diego
The San Diego office offers a full suite of services including tenant representation, agency leasing, capital markets, project management and development services. Our teams specialize in office, industrial, flex and life science facilities across San Diego, including Torrey Pines, UTC, Sorrento Valley, Sorrento Mesa, Miramar and Downtown. Whether you are an owner, investor, occupier or developer, our professionals deliver results aligned with your strategic business objectives, supporting real estate initiatives that add value and build competitive advantage for your organization.
Avison Young opened its San Diego office in March 2013 when industry veteran Jerry Keeney (1964 - 2019) joined the company as Principal. Avison Young is a private company owned by its Principals, founded to bring the industry’s best talent under one umbrella to serve real estate clients differently, better.
Southern California Office Markets Offer Diverse Choices for Expanding BusinessesBy Arlyn Stoik, Principal, Avison Youngdécembre 18, 2018
"Navigating Construction Loans," Part 3 by Avison Young Principal, Jay Maddox and published in Commercial Property ExecutiveIn the final installment of this series, Avison Young Principal Jay Maddox addresses some of the challenges unique to the financing mechanism.novembre 19, 2018
Bisnow feature: Meet The Commercial Real Estate Industry's Military VeteransAvison Young principal Brian Coopernovembre 13, 2018
2019 Could Be Last Run Before an Industrial Slowdownoctobre 26, 2018
Avison Young Rookie of the Year Cody Lerner says demand in the Inland Empire will continue to outweigh supply for the next 12 months.
Game On! Dodgers v. Boston World Seriesoctobre 23, 2018
Navigating Construction Loans, Part 2In the second installment of this series, Avison Young's Jay Maddox describes various guarantees typically required by construction lenders, as well as approaches that borrowers can deploy to protect themselves.octobre 18, 2018In the second installment of this series, Avison Young's Jay Maddox describes various guarantees typically required by construction lenders, as well as approaches that borrowers can deploy to protect themselves.